After I noticed a promo on the walls of Microsoft in Bellevue, our super friend at Microsoft Matt Geimer followed up on his promise to get me one of the Cats of Microsoft Calendars. Many moons later the best bit of schwag in a while has shown up in the mail. All proceeds go to the Spokane-based animal shelter Forget Me Not .
I had previously linked some independent survey results performed on IE10 Release Candidate. It’s now been updated for the release version:
I put together the following script to help out someone on the internets, the requirement was to print all documents in a SP library. This PowerShell iterates through a library (folders included), downloads a local copy, then prints to the default printer on the machine it is executed on.
At itgroove we were very excited to see MS Project integration in SharePoint 2013 has been taken to a whole new level – Project is now treated as a first class citizen, and this means a lot for a shop like us who manage all our issues and projects via SharePoint.
This is cool:
Office Store validation policies updated to Version 1.3
In SharePoint 2013 it’s possible to install both SharePoint 2010 and 2013 solutions, which is supported by having two folders – one for the Sp2010 (“14″) hive files and one for the SP 2013 (“15″) hive files.
itgroove has made Microsoft Silver Partner – and our beautiful plaque is here! Congrats to everyone on the team
Clearly there are a lot of articles & posts on net regarding increasing File Size Upload limits in SharePoint. Unfortunately I couldn’t find any one that was comprehensive enough to include ALL the tweaks you need to consider to accomplish the goal, on both the SharePoint and IIS level. So here’s mine: